Welcome to our Tuesday article spotlight!
So I’m not really sure why we haven’t featured this sooner, but you know, better now than never!
Check out the ever-evolving version here:
To get started with the Wiki, you can view content or you can contribute by adding information to existing articles, updating content, or adding new pages and stub articles.
View this quick, 1-minute, whirlwind tour of the wiki from Sean Jenkin, a former Microsoft Senior Program Manager:
To find information
- Use search.
NOTE: The scope of this search is the Wiki, not TechNet/MSDN/Internet.
- Browse the List of Products and Related Topics to find information on the product that you are looking for.
- Browse the Article Spotlight, which lists out important topics for each product.
- Use tags.
- Monitor contentto get the latest information.
- Check the Stubs.
- Sign-in (upper-right corner)
- Post an article. What kind of articles should I write?
- Add a stub page.
- Edit an article.
- Add some common tags.
- Post a comment on an article.
Learn how to write and edit an article:
- Using the Editor
- Style Guide
- Blogger’s Guide to the Wiki
- How to Insert Formatted Code
- How to Revert an Article Change
- Message Templates
- Non-English Language Title Guidelines
- How to Monitor Content
- How to Get Help
Here are some other things you can do:
- How to Change Your Display Name
- All Things Profile
- How to Change Your Avatar
- How to File a Bug or Request a Feature
Again, you can get the full, evolving version here:
Jump on in! The Wiki is warm!